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66 new property hotspots

[...] Western Australia and Queensland are where investors should be looking for new investment hotspots, analysis [...]

Approvals on the rise

[...] , 14.5% in New South Wales, 8.3% in Queensland and increases also occurred in Western Australia with growth of 4%. Shane Garrett a senior economist of the Housing Industry [...]

All time high for Perth in 2014

[...] Perth house prices would have to climb by $1200 each week. It does look positive as Western Australia has continued to be a magnet for overseas buyers, who were keen to live or invest in [...]

An economic shift

[...] were located in: New South Wales (27.7%), Queensland (22.0%), South Australia (22.6%), Western Australia (32.3%), Northern Territory (47.5%) and Australian Capital Territory (41.1%). This reliance [...]

Investors Returning To Brisbane Property Market

[...] It seems that investors are returning to the Brisbane property market as reports suggest that investors are buying or preparing to buy in the capital city. [...]

Investors Returning To Brisbane Property Market

[...] It seems that investors are returning to the Brisbane property market as reports suggest that investors are buying or preparing to buy in the capital city. [...]

Canada’s Decisions to benefit Australian Property Market

[...] are looking for higher returns than they would get in China and with the Australian property market being 2nd only to the US in it’s appeal to investors you can understand why they [...]

The Collective Australian Property Value

[...] The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have just released information on the Australian Property Market. According to the ABS 9.3million houses in Australia are collectively worth $5 Trillion. [...]

An economic shift

[...] As we move away from the mining boom we see the economy transition to a reliance on housing construction. Approvals for new houses are up by 5.7%, based on the Australian Bureau of [...]

Investors Looking Outside Of Sydney For Investment

[...] growing populations due to the tourism sectors and receiving benefits from the mining boom. The mining sector employed 249,700 workers in February 2012, which is up almost 68,000 [...]

Investors Looking Outside Of Sydney For Investment

[...] growing populations due to the tourism sectors and receiving benefits from the mining boom. The mining sector employed 249,700 workers in February 2012, which is up almost 68,000 [...]

An economic shift

[...] As we move away from the mining boom we see the economy transition to a reliance on housing construction. Approvals for new houses [...]

Investors Returning To Brisbane Property Market

[...] suburbs are appearing to be a good investment as they can return more in rent than mortgage payments, however over the long term they may take longer to secure decent capital growth. The CBD [...]

Investors Returning To Brisbane Property Market

[...] suburbs are appearing to be a good investment as they can return more in rent than mortgage payments, however over the long term they may take longer to [...] [...]

An economic shift

[...] on housing construction. Approvals for new houses are up by 5.7%, based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2013 saw 177,418 residential dwelling approvals, and 98% of these [...]

The Collective Australian Property Value

[...] The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) have just released information on the Australian Property Market. [...]

Investors Looking Outside Of Sydney For Investment

[...] populations due to the tourism sectors and receiving benefits from the mining boom. The mining sector employed 249,700 workers in February 2012, which is up almost 68,000 since May 2010. Capital [...]

Investors Looking Outside Of Sydney For Investment

[...] populations due to the tourism sectors and receiving benefits from the mining boom. The mining sector employed 249,700 workers in February 2012, which is up almost 68,000 since May 2010. Capital [...]

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66 new property hotspots

[...] Western Australia and Queensland are where investors should be looking for new investment hotspots, analysis [...]

Approvals on the rise

[...] , 14.5% in New South Wales, 8.3% in Queensland and increases also occurred in Western Australia with growth of 4%. Shane Garrett a senior economist of the Housing Industry [...]

All time high for Perth in 2014

[...] Perth house prices would have to climb by $1200 each week. It does look positive as Western Australia has continued to be a magnet for overseas buyers, who were keen to live or invest in [...]

An economic shift

[...] were located in: New South Wales (27.7%), Queensland (22.0%), South Australia (22.6%), Western Australia (32.3%), Northern Territory (47.5%) and Australian Capital Territory (41.1%). This reliance [...]

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